Our technology reviews every encounter that leaves your EMR in real time. If an encounter does not need coder review, it automatically passes through to your revenue cycle system in milliseconds. If the technology detects an HCC coding gap, it directs the encounter to a coder for review. These changes are integrated back into your revenue cycle system, so accurate claims are sent every time.
The impact of value-based care on the bottom line of medical groups across the country is continuing to grow. We understand the transition to value-based care isn’t easy—and ensuring you have a consistent and predictable revenue stream is a necessity. That’s why we leverage technology to improve HCC code capture and to automate CPT II code capture for quality measures. In both cases, the goal is to close the gap between what the providers document and what gets reported to the insurance companies. Stay a step ahead as the world moves towards value-based care.
Providers went to medical school to become doctors, not coders. They excel at providing patient care, but often struggle to translate the care provided into HCC codes. Provider education is a good place to start—but providers need support to truly improve RAF score accuracy. That’s why our technology works with your coders, so there’s no additional work required from already overburdened providers.
Coders have a wealth of specialized knowledge—knowledge that shouldn’t be wasted on reviewing routine encounters. Our pioneering HCC Coding Engine identifies critical, high-value HCC encounters that warrant full coder review, so coders can make the most of their time and skills. The result? A single coder working with our HCC Coding Engine finds at least $250,000 in RAF value every month.
Physicians are much better at clinical documentation than HCC coding. In fact, 1/3 of encounters flagged by the HCC Coding Engine are underreporting HCC codes when compared to the physician documentation. This means your physicians aren’t getting credit for the documentation they entered and the care they provided. Our HCC Coding Engine automatically identifies these potential gaps and directs them to a coder for review.
CPT II coding, while intended to report quality of care, is yet another administrative requirement for physicians. In cases where physicians capture and document the appropriate clinical values but not the associated CPT II code, the CPT II Coding Engine can automate the CPT II coding process to ensure coding and quality reporting accuracy without burdening physicians or clinical staff.